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DSN - GR-Bsd IV indicator

Hello colleagues,

when we create a purchase order with GR-Bsd IV indicator, then the supplier can only create an invoice ,when the goods receipt is posted.

gr-bsd-iv-indicator.pn

Is it possible to evaluate the GR-Bsd IV indicator in the payload, when checking the invoice by the supplier?

So that he knows that the invoice is based to goods-receipt or not.

If this would work, then we would not need to follow the standard transaction rules and could do the goods receipt related invoice check/creation based on the purchase order.

I hope the description was clear.

Thanks for support!

Sunisa

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  • Posted on 3 days ago

    the very purpose of GR based IV is system will expect a GR and MIRO posts the iv based on GR posted.

    This check also comes from the vendor master record as well from the info record.

    and yes this works .

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    • Short question, what works?

      Is it possible to have PO and invoices "WITHOUT" GR based invoice on Ariba site and PO and invoice "WITH" GR based invoice on Ariba site?

      We do not want to use the standard transaction rules, we want to use the flags from the PO.

      Thank you.

  • Posted on 3 days ago

    Does the vendors are differrant ?

    Does the P Orgs are differrant.

    Create two P Orgs for ariba GR Based and non GR based and extend vendor two both the Porgs and create the relevant master data like Pir do the transactions .

    Regards,

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    • vendors can be different

      Porgs can also be different.

      In our case we have only one. GR based invoice is a flag on the level of the position of the purchase order.

      Why should I use different Pkorg for this.

      Analog control key for tolerances we want to use the indicator for GR based invoice. Is this possible?

  • Posted on 3 days ago

    Go for invoicing plan scenario so as no need to depend on any stake holders.

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  • Posted on 3 days ago

    if vendors are same then go for two P Orgs if not differentiate among vendors like ariba / non ariba and then plAN .

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  • Posted on 3 days ago

    there is some functionality on Ariba Network you can consider:

    Title: Invoice from ordered or received quantity triggered on a PO line item basis (PDF)

    Description: Ariba Network supports invoice creation based on ordered and received quantities. This configuration is applied at supplier org level through generic and supplier group rules. However, there are business scenarios where, inside the same purchase order, the buyer sends items that require receipts to be invoiced and some other items that do not require them. We’ll trigger thisfunctionality based on a PO Line item value now which is aligned with SAP ECC behavior.

    URL:

    https://support.ariba.com/Item/view/175269

    I will also add:

    The PO IDOC contains this information on field E1EDP01/E1ARBCIG_PO_ITEMS_INFO/WEBRE And CIG maps this to VerificationType = goodsReceipt If this is not showing up to your customer, maybe they are on an old version of CIG? I can confirm it works on SP09.

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  • Posted on 2 days ago

    in order have inbound to get posted into sap , the sttings need to be as desired by std ECC functionality as Prem said .

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